The diverging fates of Central Europe’s Roma and Jewish musicians

Diane Abbott isn’t the only one who’s wrong about racism

Isaac Bashevis Singer would never have submitted to today’s ideological edicts

Daniel Johnson remembers Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, wise and generous friend, guide and mentor

Richard D. North charts the rise and fall of the British fur trade

Forced to flee her native Germany, Hannah Arendt is finally celebrated there in a major exhibition

A highly informative history of ideas let down by a drumbeat of liberal bias